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Mental Health Resources


Greater Chattanooga Area:

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Chattanooga Pediatrics

Dr. Jason Steadman, Psy.D., ABPP is a board-certified developmental and clinical child psychologist who provides treatment and evaluations for pediatric patients and their families, including services for anxiety, depression, autism, trauma, feeding problems, adoption, traumatic brain injury, and many others. He also provides comprehensive developmental evaluations including autism assessments. He currently accepts AETNA, BCBS, Tricare, Healthscope, and EHN.


Ages served: Children 

Web address:

Location: 3328 Jenkins Road, Suite 200, Chattanooga, TN 37421

Phone: (423) 825-4040


ThisLife Counseling, LLC 

Provides individual, couples, and counseling from a distance. They all use a thought-based approach to counseling to help identify barriers and ulitimately, help people learn new ways of dealing with their individual barriers. Rates may vary by session lenth. Initial intakes are $200 and genreally, regular sessions are from $100-150 per hour. 


Ages Served: Children, Adolescents 

Phone: (706) 383-7290

Location: 119 N 6th Ave, Chatsworth, GA 30705



TN Voices

TN Voices is a statewide and national source of referral, support, and advocacy for families and the systems that serve them. They have a large section of parent training options! TNV has reached more than 50,000 parents / caregivers, family members, and professionals. 


TN Voices offers Counseling/Therapy services for kids, teens/young adults, adults, and families. Therapy can be extremely helpful for anyone struggling with emotional difficulties, mental health concerns, academic challenges for students, or even just life challenges. They provide counseling services for children (4+), adolescents, young adults, parents, caregivers, and families.


Phone: (800)-670-9882 


Outpatient Therapy Options:

Anna Shaw Children’s Institute

Anna Shaw Children’s Institute offers Cognitive Behavioral therapy, Family Therapy, Group Therapy, and Individual Therapy services by our psychology team consisting of Child Psychologists, Licensed Professional Counselor, Board Certified Behavioral Analyst (BCBA) and Registered Behavioral Therapists (RBTs) and a Social Worker.


Ages Served: Birth - 11 years
Referral: Internal Patients Only (Patients receiving these services are referred from the ASCI physicians)
Location: 1201 Burleyson Rd Dalton, GA 30721
Phone: (706) 226-8900

Victoria Davidson, LCSW, RPT

Victoria Davidson specializes in play therapy to help children express what is troubling them when they are unable to do so verbally. Through play therapy, children can communicate with others, express feelings, modify behavior, develop problem-solving skills, and learn a variety of ways to relate to others. Although beneficial to everyone, play therapy is especially appropriate for children ages 3 through 12. Children whose problems are related to life stressors, such as divorce, death, relocation, hospitalization, chronic illness, stressful experiences, physical or sexual abuse, domestic violence, and natural disasters benefit from play therapy.

Educational Experience: MSSW – University of Tennessee Knoxville, Social Work, 1999
Areas of Interest:

  • Children

  • Adolescents

  • Encouragement

  • Foster Care/Adoptions

  • Child Abuse/Neglect

  • Trauma

  • Grief and Loss

  • Sexual Abuse

  • ADHD

Insurance accepted: Aetna, BCBS, BlueCare, Cigna, UBH, Value Options, Tri-Care, Americhoice, Humana and others.

Location: 3085 S. Broad Street, Suite H, Chattanooga, TN 37408
Office: 423-752-5207
Cell: 423-314-5276


Peachtree Pediatric Psychology

Areas of specialty include evaluation and treatment of Autism Spectrum Disorders, child behavioral disorders (e.g., Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder); Oppositional/Defiant Disorder (ODD), trauma, anxiety, learning disorders, and neurocognitive deficits.

Phone: (404) 796-7777

Address: 750 Hammond Drive, Building 10, Suite 100, Atlanta, GA, 30328


Journey Psychotherapy Center

Journey Psychotherapy Center has 17 clinicians in Chattanooga and 4 in Cleveland who provide therapy/counseling services for individuals ages 2 through adults who need support with a variety of mental health issues. We also serve couples, groups, and families. Several of our clinicians have years of experience providing therapy for Autistic individuals and utilize a variety of therapy modalities including Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT), Internal Family Systems (IFS), Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT), and Floortime/DIR Model. Hannah Holtcamp, M.A. provides Parent-Child Interaction Therapy (PCIT) for children ages 2-9 and their families. Dr. Ashley Howell specializes in anxiety disorders, including OCD. Karen Chambless, M.A. has significant experience with Autistic and anxious young adults. Some of Journey's licensed clinicians accept BCBS for therapy, and our cash pay rates are based on household income and education/experience of the clinician. Journey Psychotherapy Center celebrates and affirms neurodiversity and the entire gender and sexuality spectrum. 

Ages served: 2 - adults 

Referral: None needed

Web address:


Chattanooga Office: 5721 Marlin Rd Suite #3800, Chattanooga, TN 37411

Cleveland Office: 393 Broad St NW #202, Cleveland, TN 37311

Assessment link:

Therapy link:  (They also treat depression, trauma, anxiety, etc...)

Phone: (423) 521-5678


Helen Ross McNabb Center

The following therapeutic services are provided:

  • Outpatient Mental Health Services for Children and Adults – These are provided for individuals with a mental health diagnosis who have significant impairment in functioning. These therapy sessions are tailored to the needs of the client. TennCare, Cover Kids, and most Commercial Insurance Policies are accepted.

  • Outpatient Therapy Services at Red Bank High School – Provides school-based mental health services at Red Bank High School. This is for children/youth residing in the Red Bank community. Clients do not have to attend Red Bank High School and can meet with the therapist after school hours at RBH.

  • Trauma Informed Counseling Services – A Trauma Informed Therapist provides individual trauma informed psychotherapy to clients aged 3-21 who have had a traumatic experience..


Location: 509 South Highland Park Ave., Chattanooga, TN 37404

Phone: 423-756-1295

Chattanooga Autism Center

The CAC’s outpatient clinic provides cognitive behavior therapy for people of all ages who have Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and other developmental disorders. They also offer family therapy and social skills training (group and individual). Staff: Licensed Clinical Psychologist with over 20 years of experience working with people of all ages who have Autism Spectrum Disorders and their families. Licensed Clinical Social Worker with over a decade of experience who specializes in counseling and therapy for kids and adults with ASD.

Location: 1400 McCallie Avenue, Suite 100, Chattanooga TN, 37404
Phone: 423-531-6961

Health Connect America: Intensive In-Home and
Outpatient Mental Health Programs

Health Connect's Intensive In-Home Services provide trauma-informed mental health services to at-risk children, adolescents, and families, including those with significant behavior challenges. In-Home services can include, but are not limited to: crisis intervention and treatment, individual and family counseling, communication skills, case management activities, and coordination with other services. Intensive In-Home Services are provided three times per week for 4-16 weeks. This program serves families with children ages 3-18. Click here for more information.


Outpatient Mental Health Services offer support and treatment to individuals who are experiencing mental health symptoms, including those with co-occurring disorders. This program is created to be strength-focused and recovery-oriented. They offer treatment for children, adolescents, and adults. Click here for more information.

Ages served: 3-18 years for Intensive In-Home program, all ages for outpatient counseling

Referral: Needed. Can be made online or in person

For more mental health resources, visit:


Adult and Family Mental Health Services for Chattanooga:

National Suicide Lifeline


No matter what problems you are dealing with, we want to help you find a reason to keep living.

By calling 1-800-273-TALK (8255) you’ll be connected to a skilled, trained counselor at a crisis center in your area, anytime 24/7.

For more information or to chat live with a crisis counselor, please visit the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at

Mental Health Cooperative


Toll-Free:  (866) 816-0433 | Crisis:  (615) 726-0125 | Mobile Crisis:  (855) 274-7471

Mental Health Cooperative (MHC) offers services for children, adolescents and adults who are struggling with emotional/behavioral challenges.

MHC is a Behavioral Health Safety Network Program provider for individuals 19 years or older who do not have behavioral health insurance.

Age Requirements

4 years or older

Provider Description


MHC uses an integrated, innovative and person-centered approach, combining evidence-based psychotherapy, psychiatry and community-based care management.  MHC has 10 locations across Middle and East Tennessee in addition to co-locations in pediatric offices, family medicine clinics, schools, MDHA locations and homelessness support agencies.

Care management is provided wherever needed - in the home, school, court, community, etc. Intensive care management is also available (CTT, CCFT).

Admission assessments currently being completed by phone and then services begin immediately.

Camelot Care Centers

Camelot Care Centers provides the following services:

  • Home-based Intensive Counseling: This is provided to families struggling with behavioral, emotional and psychological needs such as depression and anxiety, defiant/disruptive behaviors, and social skills building. Counseling usually involves multiple visits per week by the family counselor to the home.

  • Outpatient Therapy: Clinicians provide therapy designed to assist individuals, couples, parents, and families in dealing with the difficulties that are faced in daily life. Can help children who are on the Autism Spectrum who may need support with social skills training.

  • Alcohol/Drug Abuse and Trauma Treatment: Counselors help families work through issues related to alcohol and drug abuse or traumas.

  • Group Therapy: Therapists offer support for those who otherwise believe they are alone in their struggles. Group therapy counselors are trained in trauma, informed care, and mental health issues, play therapy, and cognitive behavioral treatment.

Ages Served: 3 years up through adults
In-network Insurance: TennCare, BlueCare, Amerigroup, Humana (IOP only), and Value Options.
Counties Served: Bradley, Hamilton, McMinn, Meigs, Bledsoe, Marion, Sequatchie, Polk, and Rhea.
Location: 3917 Volunteer Dr. Ste. 121, Chattanooga, TN, 37416

Omni Community Health

Omni Community Health is a full-service, statewide behavioral health organization helping to heal children and adults, ages 2 to 92. 

Community-Based Services: Bachelor's and Master's level clinicians meet with clients where they need them most, linking to resources and providing support.  Includes CCFT, intensive in-home services, therapeutic foster care, relative caregiver program and family preservation.


Contact: Amy Irvin
Phone: 423-207-4712
Location: 1635 Chestnut Street, Chattanooga, TN 37408
Website: Form

Centerstone - Chattanooga

Centerstone has locations in Chattanooga and Cleveland TN. They offer services such as, medicine management, counseling, psychiatric care, for children and adults, as well as other services.  They offer outpatient therapy for children and adults. They have a psychiatric nurse practitioner who can prescribe psychiatric medication. They have Health Link (case management services) and community based services such as school-based and intensive-in-home therapy (CCFT) and they have a psychosocial program.


Location: 6110 Shallowford Road, Suite B, Chattanooga, TN 37421

More locations:
Phone: (423) 499-1031 (Main) For Initial Appointments:  (888) 291-4357


Mental Health Association:  MHA can help people get connected to others with similar situations

.MHA Peer Support - Mental Health Association of East Tennessee:

Sarah Miranda | Southeast Regional Coordinator


c: 423-497-0949

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ig: @mhaetn


Ascending Scales Music Therapy Program

In the Ascending Scales music therapy program, music is utilized in a variety of evidence-based interventions to develop non-musical goals. These goals may be used to address communication, socialization, fine and gross motor skills, sensory integration, attention span, behavior regulation, and emotional recognition and expression.  All interventions are individualized and based on ongoing assessments and evidence-based music therapy practices. Interventions may involve playing instruments, moving to music, actively listening, playing musical games, and/or writing songs.  Participants in the Ascending Scales music therapy program and their families will receive regular updates regarding progress toward goals, as well as interventions to practice at home in order to build on the skills addressed during the music therapy session. 

Ages Served: All ages welcome


Address: 1400 McCallie Avenue Chattanooga, TN

Erlanger Neurobehavioral and Memory Services:

632 Morrison Springs Rd.Chattanooga TN 37415


Larry Keen

Erlanger Behavioral Health Hospital:

804 N. Holtzclaw Ave.

Chattanooga, TN 37404



Siskin Rehabilitations-

One Siskin Plaza, Chattanooga, TN 37403 

(423) 634-1200


-Tennova Health Cleveland-

2305 Chambliss Ave NW, Cleveland, TN 37311 

(423) 559-6000


-Journey Mental Health-

5721 Marlin Rd. Chattanooga, TN 37411 Suite #3800



-Transitions Counseling:


423-855-7977 x2

6918 Shallowford Road Suite 317 Chattanooga, TN 37421

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